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This database is the product of someone who had better things to do
with his time but did this anyway. The core -- and bulk -- of this
collection is a detailed summary of all Hewlett-Packard products with
part numbers less than or equal to 100. Each summary contains the
product and code names, date of introduction, data types, register
structure, dimensions, power, ports, key arrangements, commands,
menus, and other information. While the amount of detail included in
here is great, not all possible detail is included: this is **not** a
reference manual for each calculator. On the other hand, if you are
familiar with the "HP way," you can probably make good
guesses about the omitted details. If you want more detail, check the
appropriate manuals.

While the bulk of the data in this collection is gleaned from product manuals, the total is the result of contributions of many, many, many people. Some are credited: others are not. I will say this to make things clear: virtually all of the information in here was gleaned by other people. I am just collecting it into one place.

Please use the url:

http://www.finseth.com/hpdata.html

for long term bookmarks and links.

A .ZIP file with all text contents is available at:

http://www.finseth.com/parts/hpdata.zip

It would be very nice if this collection was both complete and correct. However, such is not the case. So, if you find errors or know the value of a missing or incomplete field, please tell me. Also, if you know any "lore" relating to these products or this field, please tell me as well: I will be happy to include it.

Author:

Craig Finseth

craig@finseth.com

+1 651 644 4027

1343 Lafond

St Paul MN 55104-2437

USA

If you like this database, you'll probably love the following books:

Wlodek (W.A.C.) Mier-Jedrzejowicz

A Guide to HP Handheld Calculators and Computers.

July 1995

ISBN 0-95107332-X

M.J.P Staps

Codenames of HP Handheld Calculators and PDAs: facts and speculations

March 1996

ISBN 90-802939-1-1

This set of files is Copyright 1991-9,2000-8 by Craig A. Finseth (the copyright is as a compilation: the facts contained within are not, of course, subject to copyright). Permission is granted to anyone to make copies of this set of files, in any medium, provided that:

- this copyright notice is included, and
- the recipient of any copy retains the same rights to this material.

This set of files is the product of someone who had better things
to do with his time but did this anyway. The core -- and bulk -- of
this collection is a detailed summary of all Hewlett-Packard products
with part numbers less than or equal to 100. Each summary contains
the product and code names, date of introduction, data types, register
structure, dimensions, power, ports, key arrangements, commands,
menus, and other information. While the amount of detail included in
here is great, not all possible detail is included: this is
**not** a reference manual for each calculator. On the other
hand, if you are familiar with the "HP way," you can
probably make good guesses about the omitted details. If you want more
detail, check the appropriate manuals.

While the bulk of the data in this collection is gleaned from product manuals, the total is the result of contributions of many, many, many people. Some are credited: others are not. I will say this to make things clear: virtually all of the information in here was gleaned by other people. I am just collecting it into one place.

That said, I would like to extend special thanks to:

- Robert Bennett
- Jim Lawson
- Wlodek Mier-Jedrzejowicz
- Jake Schwartz
- Jeremy Smith

It would be very nice if this collection was both complete and correct. However, such is not the case. So, if you find errors or know the value of a missing or incomplete field, please tell me. Also, if you know any "lore" relating to these products or this field, please tell me as well: I will be happy to include it.

- A suffix of "A" is appended to all product
numbers with no official suffix:
- HP-45 -> HP-45A
- HP48SX -> HP48SX

- The "HP" is dropped from all product numbers:
- HP-45 -> -45A

- A dash is supplied for all product numbers with a dash and omitted
for others:
- HP48SX -> 48SX

Around the time the 32SII was being worked on, HP introduced a new internal system of some sort that could not deal with non-alphanumeric characters in part numbers. Hence, all new calculators do not have dashes in their names. The dash does not signify whether the unit is in production.

- A star ("*") is used in place of a suffix
letter to refer to all products in a series:
- -75*

Areas

- hp01a (HP-01A)
- hp6s (HP6S)
- hp6ssolar (HP6S Solar)
- hp8s (HP8s)
- hp9g (HP9G)
- hp9s (HP9S)
- hp10a (HP-10A)
- hp10b (HP-10B)
- hp10bii (HP10BII)
- hp10c (HP-10C)
- hp10s (HP10s)
- hp11c (HP-11C)
- hp12bii (HP-12BII)
- hp12c (HP-12C)
- hp12cpa (HP12CPA)
- hp12cpt (HP12CPt)
- hp14b (HP14B)
- hp15c (HP-15C)
- hp16c (HP-16C)
- hp17b (HP-17B)
- hp17bii (HP17BII)
- hp17bii+ (HP17BII+)
- hp18c (HP-18C)
- hp19b (HP-19B)
- hp19bii (HP19BII)
- hp19bii+ (HP19BII+)
- hp19c (HP-19C)
- hp20s (HP-20S)
- hp21a (HP-21A)
- hp21s (HP-21S)
- hp22a (HP-22A)
- hp22s (HP-22S)
- hp25a (HP-25A)
- hp25c (HP-25C)
- hp27a (HP-27A)
- hp27s (HP-27S)
- hp28c (HP-28C)
- hp28s (HP-28S)
- hp29c (HP-29C)
- hp30s (HP30S)
- hp31e (HP-31E)
- hp32e (HP-32E)
- hp32s (HP-32S)
- hp32sii (HP32SII)
- hp33c (HP-33C)
- hp33e (HP-33E)
- hp33s (HP33S)
- hp34c (HP-34C)
- hp35a (HP-35A)
- hp35s (HP35s)
- hp37e (HP-37E)
- hp38c (HP-38C)
- hp38e (HP-38E)
- hp38g (HP38G)
- hp38g (HP38G+)
- hp39g (HP39G)
- hp39g+ (HP39G+)
- hp39gs (HP39GS)
- hp40g (HP40G)
- hp40gs (HP40GS)
- hp40g+ (HP40G+)
- hp41c (HP-41C)
- hp41cv (HP-41CV)
- hp41cx (HP-41CX)
- hp41opt1 (HP-41OPT1)
- hp42s (HP-42S)
- hp45a (HP-45A)
- hp46a (HP-46A)
- hp48g (HP48G)
- hp48gii (HP48GII)
- hp48gx (HP48GX)
- hp48g+ (HP48G+)
- hp48s (HP48S)
- hp48sx (HP48SX)
- hp49g (HP49G)
- hp49g+ (HP49G+)
- hp50g (HP50G)
- hp55a (HP-55A)
- hp56a (HP-56A)
- hp65a (HP-65A)
- hp66a (HP-66A)
- hp67a (HP-67A)
- hp70a (HP-70A)
- hp71b (HP-71B)
- hp75c (HP-75C)
- hp75d (HP-75D)
- hp80a (HP-80A)
- hp81a (HP-81A)
- hp83a (HP-83A)
- hp83f (HP-83F)
- hp85a (HP-85A)
- hp85b (HP-85B)
- hp85f (HP-85F)
- hp86a (HP-86A)
- hp86b (HP-86B)
- hp87a (HP-87A)
- hp87xm (HP-87XM)
- hp91a (HP-91A)
- hp92a (HP-92A)
- hp94d (HP-94D)
- hp94e (HP-94E)
- hp94f (HP-94F)
- hp95c (HP-95C)
- hp95lx (HP95LX)
- hp95lx1mb (HP95LX1MB)
- hp97a (HP-97A)
- hp97s (HP-97S)
- hp100lx (HP100LX)
- hp100lx2mb (HP100LX2MB)

General

- Bibliography and addresses
- HP48S* \-notation
- HP Handheld Users' Conferences
- Date of introduction
- Evolution chart
- Various feature summaries
- Information file overview
- Information summary
- HP Journal articles
- Displaying 7-segment letters
- LIF file formats
- Product numbers llist
- Names and code names
- Math problems
- Jeff Brown's additional Q&A
- RPN introduction
- Serial numbers
- Series summaries
- Solver comparison
- Blank template
- A timeline of the "firsts"
- Timing tests
- HP48SX virus
- "wall of fame."
- Wlodek Mier-Jedrzejowicz articles

Craig's Articles

- Anatomy of an Application
- An ApLet for the 38G
- The Collect-94 Development System (PDF) Datafile, Vol 11 No 3
- The Collect-94 Language (PDF) Datafile, Vol 11 No 5
- Day Number Routines Using Integer Arithmetic
- Freyja - An Emacs for the HP95LX (PDF) Datafile, Vol 11 No1
- Gotos on the HP48SX (PDF) Datafile, Vol 10 No 8
- The HP-94: A Posthumous Review
- The HP-94 Story - Audax Corporation (PDF) Datafile, Vol 11 No 6
- Initial Impressions of the Aurora FN 1000 Financial Manager
- An Inside View of HHUC-95
- Notes on the CHIP Meeting
- Notes on the 1992 HP Handheld User's Conference
- A Phase-of-the-Moon Program for the 32SII
- Some Thoughts on the HP-95LX
- Other Article List

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